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an emergency landing. abc 15 news reporter is live at san jose international airport with the big impact in the bay area. amy? >> flights to and from tokyo have been canceled raising questions of what will happen to the people who are stranded would need to get home including former transportation secretary norm mineta who left on a boeing 787 dreamliner and left on saturday. a boeing 787 dreamliner made an emergency landing in western japan because of battery problems on board. it was considered a serious incident that could have caused an accident. this is been other problems on other boeing 787 dreamliners so two airliners decided to ground them days after san jose celebrated the dreamliner in the inaugural flight from san jose to japan. officials were very excited of the potential boost to the economy. four flights have left san jose if japan since friday. now flights have been canceled. the status for the passengers is to be determineed. mineta said he needed to get back on saturday in time for president obama's inauguration. the f.a.a. is now inspecting the new 787's. >> president
for most of the bay area, looking at a quarter inch or less. to the south bay, san jose, a tenth of an inch. scots valley, especially on the ocean facing side on highway 17 as you head over there. that's where we're seeing the heavier rain right now in the middle of the santa clara valley from los gatos, the downtown san jose. thing have quieted down for now around san francisco and the tri-valley. north of 580, things have quieted. we'll continue to see periods of briefly heavy rain as the system continues to spin slowly to the south. coming up, we'll let you know how much this limb pact the rest sunday plans coming up in the rest of the weekend forecast. >> all right. thanks. >>> a state lawmaker from san francisco pushing for stricter gun control laws in california says he is now the target of racist and threatening messages. he said the reason for the threats is that he wants to close a loophole in california's ban on assault weapons. tonight he is live with our story. good evening, monty. >> reporter: good evening. the senator has received threats like this before. he said the messages
a san jose toddler from her mother. it happened in east san jose yesterday on dayo court. our reporter is live at san jose police headquarters. you talk to those whose to the victim? >> yes, kristen. the toddler will be okay. police are very concerned. they want to find the attempted kidnapping suspect. and get him off the streets. children's toys are sitting on the front page at house where a toddler was playing tuesday afternoon and a stranger tried to grab her. her mother fought back. >> she fought. >> neighbors get emotional talking about what happened. police say a strange man approached and commented about child which made the mother uneasy and she picked up the daughter but the man grabbed the child's legs. the mother pulled the child free and ran to the house to call police. the suspect took off and has not been found. >> our concern is if he is willing to be so brazen, who is to say he will not do it again and again? >> i'm rattled. i'm okay. >> the mother's roommate and friend. >> the mother is okay. the baby is fine. i want to respect her privacy. >> neighbors are now talkin
the killer of her husband and solve this year's first and only homicide so far in san jose. nbc bay area's bob redell is live outside police headquarters. the question is do the investigators have any real leads? >> reporter: no, they don't. good morning to you, john. a sergeant tells us in his words it's a big question mark as to who shot and killed yvonne segura from san jose, married with a young child. police are confident someone knows what happened. that's why this morning his wife stepped in front of the cameras to plead with the community to come forward with any information to help catch the person who killed her husband. >> it is very hard for me because i have a daughter, 5-year-old. she's asking for him and i don't have answers. i'm very sad for my daughter. >> reporter: she spoke with us for about five minutes before it became too difficult to go on. she told us how nice a man her husband was, everyone loved him. she and her family have no idea why he was shot and killed on the night of january 5th. right now neither do police they tell us. they don't believe this was gang r
jets in san jose. the dreamliner they are called, they have been grounded following an emergency landing in japan. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington is outside mineta airport in san jose now with the very latest on that story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank. this is a big blow for the dreamliner already being inspected by the faa for other problems. now two large airlines have grounded all their dreamliner flights after one was forced to make an emergency landing yesterday. the floats on all nippon airways and japan airlines are affected. nonstop flights to tokyo out of san jose from the airport just launched last week are canceled. 129 passengers were aboard that flight yesterday when there was a problem with the battery forcing the pilots to land. here in san jose, ana flights in and out five times a week. the ana actually released a statement saying, "ana is confident of the safety of the dreamliner and as a matter of course inspects all boeing 787 aircraft on a daily basis to ensure safety." even though these cancellations
safety scare. amy is live at san jose airport with canceled flight information. >> the boeing 787 dreamliner made four flights from this airport. the hope was it would bring $78 million worth of business to san jose this year but look at what happened yesterday. a boeing 787 dreamliner made an emergency landing after battery problems. passengers used the emergency slide to get off the plane. this was in western japan. the two airlines that used the new boeing 787 dreamliners decided to ground them because of a string of problems days after the inaugural flight from san jose. on friday the first time was when the airport has offered service to japan in six years. the city of san jose has been very excited about the new service and the new planes. the status of the service is unknown. the flights are grounded. obviously passengers are in japan from sheas and need to come home including official transportation secretary norm mineta would has to get back to get to president obama's inauguration but how the passengers were travel now is still to be determineed. >> we have developing ne
>>> and it is happening tonight in east san jose where a stranger tried to take a toddler from his mother's arms. good evening, everyone. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. the mother is scared, but the toddler is okay. it happened in east san jose. thomas roman is there live to explain exactly what happened. thomas? >> dan, we spoke to the child's father who told us he is not going to comment. he will let san jose police deal with this attempted kidnapping. the mother basically had a tug of war with this suspect in order to save her child. san jose police received a call at 5:37. according to police the two-year-old was playing in this front yard here in east san jose. toys belonging to the children in the home are now gathered by the home's front door. the child's mother told police a stranger came up to where her daughter was playing and made a comment about the child. the comment made the mother uncomfortable. as she picked the girl up, the stranger grabbed the girl's legs and tried to pull the child away from her. after a short struggle with the man the mother managed to
strong. >>> and it is happening tonight in east san jose where a stranger tried to take a toddler from his mother's arms. good evening, everyone. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. the mother is scared, but the toddler is okay. it happened in east san jose. thomas roman is there live to explain exactly what happened. thomas? >> dan, we spoke to the child's father who told us he is not going to comment. he will let san jose police deal with this attempted kidnapping. the mother basically had a tug of war with this suspect in order to save her child. san jose police received a call at 5:37. according to police the two-year-old was playing in this front yard here in east san jose. toys belonging to the children in the home are now gathered by the home's front door. the child's mother told police a stranger came up to where her daughter was playing and made a comment about the child. the comment made the mother uncomfortable. as she picked the girl up, the stranger grabbed the girl's legs and tried to pull the child away from her. after a short struggle with the man the mother managed
san jose where a stranger tried to take a toddler from his mother's arms. good evening, everyone. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. the mother is scared, but the toddler is okay. it happened in east san jose. thomas roman is there live to explain exactly what happened. thomas? >> dan, we spoke to the child's father who told us he is not going to comment. he will let san jose police deal with this attempted kidnapping. the mother basically had a tug of war with this suspect in order to save her child. san jose police received a call at 5:37. according to police the two-year-old was playing in this front yard here in east san jose. toys belonging to the children in the home are now gathered by the home's front door. the child's mother told police a stranger came up to where her daughter was playing and made a comment about the child. the comment made the mother uncomfortable. as she picked the girl up, the stranger grabbed the girl's legs and tried to pull the child away from her. after a short struggle with the man the mother managed to pull her and run and run into the house w
. that includes the airline a new and highly celebrated service to and from san jose. >> reporter: no one could have predicted this, especially with such cell operation here in san jose for this -- celebration for this nonstop flight that started last week in san jose. but now, all dreamliners grounded. that means all passengers who are supposed to come home via ama are stuck in tokyo. flight 692 with 129 passengers on board made an emergency landing in japan. those on board reported a burning smell. a battery problem triggered a cockpit error forcing pilots to land the plane. tonight, a&a has grounded all of its 17 dreamliners following a series of problems from oil leaks to fuel leaks to engine cracks and damaged cockpit windows sxhchltd now an emergency land -- and now an emergency landing. last friday was the inaugural nonstop flight from san jose to tokyo. chris mcginnis flew out saturday on a nonstop flight san jose to tokyo and spoke to cbs 5 via skype tonight. >> the boeing 787 dreamliner really blew me away. >> reporter: and san jose was expecting to enjoy a projected $77.2 million a y
car crashed this afternoon. it was on the expressway in san jose. despite the team's best efforts, that woman died. nbc bay area's kimberly terry is at the scene tonight with more on what happened and what could have led to that crash. kimberly. >> reporter: kris, emergency crews were out here for three hours today. once the woman was taken out of the water divers went back in to make sure there were no other victims. san jose fire say they got it at 2:00 this afternoon. lost control and plowed through fence and ended up submerged in a water. it's possible the driver was trying to make it off of the highway 85 on ramp but missed the sharp turn. when firefighters arrived one of them without proper dive equip m went right into the water to try to save the driver. >> they did jump in, swam out about 20 yards. went down about eight feet into basically zero visibility water. said he was able to locate the vehicle however he could not make entry or see anything. had to get out of the pond. >> reporter: the cold temperature made it impossible to do much until the santa clara county sheri
tonight. we begin with new details on a car that plunged into a perklation pond in san jose. tonight one woman is dead because of that accident. the pond is located near the almaden expressway exchange. the latest and why this might have happened. kimberly? >> reporter: kris, emergency crews cleared out of here about a half an hour ago after doing an exhaustive search of the lake for any other potential victims. as it stands, one woman was pulled out of the water after that crash and was pronounced dead at the hospital. the accident happened about 2:40 this afternoon at a busy intersection of highway 85 and almaden expressway. the california highway patrol says according to witnesses, the driver was speeding, blew through a red light, and the car went through a fence and right into the pond. a san jose firefighter without dive gear went into the cold water to attempt a rescue. he was able to swim out about 20 feet and down about eight feet, but had zero visibility in that water. by touch he was able to locate the car, but then had to get out of the water because of the frigid temperature
. here's a live look over san jose tonight. if you thought it was cold this morning, it is about to get colder. let's bring in rob mayeda. >> it's already down to 29 degrees in fairfield, so 7 to 8 hours below freezing. 35 in livermore, 37 in san jose. and all locations, bay area wide running a few degrees cooler than this time last night. we had a few extra clouds last night around 9:00. we have a frost advisory for the inner bay. freeze warnings from san jose southward to morgan hill through the tri-valley and north bay, upper 20s to mid thirds tomorrow morning. this was this morning we saw low 30s. but tomorrow morning, coldest places in the north bay out towards the delta and east bay, talki inin ining mid 20s to sta your sunday. diane? >> thanks, rob. >>> police are under pressure to track down four killers after four people were shot to death in the span of a few hours yesterday afternoon in oakland. the shootings happened from west to east oakland, and all took place within a time span of about six hours. this is the scene from the most recent shooting that happened around 8:15 l
of your family depend on it. it happened yesterday at pioneer high in san jose. school officials tell >>> a vicious attack in plain daylight on a high school campus happened yesterday at pioneer high in san jose. school officials there tell us three suspected gang members walked on to campus and started beating up one of the students. cbs 5 reporter len ramirez is in san jose. how is the student doing? >> reporter: well, the student is doing fine. he received only minor injuries. but we are talking about a student getting beat up on campus during school hours by three suspects described as being a juvenile and two adult gang members. >>> reporter: >> there was three men who came on campus and beat this kid. >> reporter: the brazen beating of a student by off campus intruders happened during sixth period of pioneer high school in san jose in front of dozens of has classmates. >> we were stunned. it was crazy to see one of our mates in the middle of school just like get jumped like that, you know, and really didn't do anything. >> i saw the kid and he
their victim they are cursed and can only get it lifted if they pay up. some people in san jose tell us they recognize the suspect in an attempted kidnapping. it happened on 33rd last friday morning. surveillance video capturing the man trying to kidnap a 13- year-old girl as she walked to school. the teen fought hard and was able to break free. police are still trying to find him. and in san francisco, police are looking for the robbers seen in this video. investigators say the two men pulled a gun on workers and stole prescription drugs last week. one in the richmond district, the other in the sunset. no one was hurt. >>> senator feinstein is again leading the charge for a federal assault weapons ban. she introduced that bill today. one that is even tougher than the one that congress let lapse in 2004. cbs 5 reporter, brian hackny on why she is pushing ahead despite a slim chance of success. >> for dianne feinstein, it's personal. >> i became mayor as a product of assassination. >> they both have been shot and killed. >> the death of her colleagues, including the first openly gay
to launch san jose airport into the lucrative international market. tonight, it turned into a nightmare. within the last few hours, the faa has grounded all dreamliners because of safety issues. cbs 5 reporter len ramirez on how that move is grounding san jose from getting on the international map. len. >>> reporter: that's right, elizabeth. this san jose-to-tokyo flight was a very big deal for this city. and this is not a good situation for the airline either. with all of the 787 aircraft now grounded in tokyo including the ones that brought a delegation from san jose to tokyo to play up the benefits of this connection. they had to come home today using another bay area airport. >>> reporter: the grounding of all nippon airways 787s could not have come at a worse time for mineta san jose international. the three-year effort to bring nonstop flights from silicon valley to asia was literally just taking off when serious safety issues forced flights on the so-called dreamliner to be canceled. san jose has so far lost two flights and a third on friday
. we have team coverage tonight. nbc bay area's kimberly terry is in san jose where some seniors are suffering during the cold snap but we want to begin with rob, tracking the freezing temperatures from our weather center where you're a little bit warmer than being outside. hello. >> indeed, it's nice and comfortable inside the studio. different story in walnut creek and in concord. you saw the skating rink around walnut creek. you could probably start your own right now. concord 30. 39 in san jose. very interesting tonight, we do have some winds out of the north which are keeping some of the temperatures up around the north bay an out towards the delta. but with the wind and that cold air we have the windchill factor in effect tonight. we've got a feels like temperature combining the wind speed and the air temperature already feeling like the low 30s inland around the bay area. frost advisory tonight for san francisco but bay area wide, including the inner east bay and oakland. freeze warning for some of the coldest temperatures by tomorrow morning. especially south of san jose
for the celebrated service from san jose to japan. a battery of problems has grounded the dreamliner. elissa harrington reports. >> reporter: the new dreamliner has been plagued with a nightmare of problems. we had an emergency landing and grounded flights. there's an faa inspection and now the national transportation safety board is sending an investigator to japan. yesterday it made an emergency landing. battery problems and something burning forced pilots to land. this comes as the faa was already until the process of doing a safety review. there were cracked engines, crack window, oil and fuel leaks in the past few months. japan's larger carrier all nippon airways and japan airlines have grounded their dreamliners. ana said, "ana is confident of the safety of the dreamliner and as a matter of course inspects all boeing 787 aircraft every day to ensure safety." this is bad timing at mineta san jose international because friday they celebrated the start of nonstop flights to and from tokyo. there were to be five flights a week but it hasn't even been a
for a possible sketch. >> this morning, the wife of a man found shot to death outside a home in san jose is begging people for help to find his killer. the 34-year-old was found dead on january 6. police do nut have a motive. he leaves behind a wife and young daughter. >> it is very hard for mebos i have -- me because i have a daughter who is five. she is asking for him. i don't have answers. it is very hard. >> his wife pleaded for witnesses to come forward. it was the first homicide in san jose. police do not believe it was gang related. they are working around the clock on the case. >> with have breaking news from algeria where a group claims to hold up to seven american hostages taken at a natural gas complex owned by british petroleum. 41 were taken hostage at a b.p. gas complex near the libyan border. the state department confirms americans have been kidnapped but will not say how many. british citizens are also among those being held. two people have been killed. secretary of state, hillary clinton is talking with the algerian prime minister. the embassy has issued an emergency me
.o.t. and the faa are doing. >> reporter: what remains unclear is when the dreamliners will take off again. san jose is banking on the $70 million-plus, the service will pump into the airport and the local economy each year. and we understand that delegation from san jose that was on that inaugural flight is still in japan tonight. live from san jose international, stephanie traung. >>> how to best prevent oakland from shootings and sheet violence. the safety committee voted to brought in extra help. but it won't say about the figure at that decision. jean elle is in oakland where that meeting has been going on for hours. and they kind of passed the buck. >> reporter: the safety committee listened to hours of emotional testimony. mostly from people concerned about bill bratton's tactics. after a rowdy meeting, the committee voted to support outside help but not bill bratton. they say his reputation is just too toxic. hundreds of people at an oakland public safety meeting booed police chief howard jordan. >> let the public speak. >> reporter: stopping the chief from explaining why he supports to spen
was not easy and not cheap. the domestic dominican sisters of san jose had to come up with millions of dollars to make the switch. to did that, they took a big risk and put their money where their faith was. >> it did come from our retirement funds, it did. yes. >> we put $3.5 million of retirement behind it. >> it may seem like a great risk to everyone else. for us, it's just been faithful to who we believe we're called to be. >> the base is always where the perpendicular is. >> reporter: the investment three years in sure seems worth it. tuition has not only dropped from $10,000 to $4,000 a year, necks year it goes down again. all available slots for the incoming freshmen class have been filled. >> good morning, my friend. how are you? >> reporter: of course, sister lily must now find the sponsors to provide the jobs for all those students, but she's optimistic. >> you've got to work really, really hard, and then you've got to trust god. and if it's meant to be, then things will work out. >> reporter: since our story on ica aired, sister lily tells us they've enrolled another 27 students and
arms. it happened on the 200 block of dale court in east san jose. according to the mother, a man came up to her, said something, then grabbed the little girl's legs, then tried to pull her away. mom struggled, hanging on to her daughter. eventually, the suspect ran off. he's described as a man in his twenties, wearing a red baseball cap. the mom said he smelled like automotive oil. >>> he left behind a wife and child. the city of san jose's first homicide victim has a family and they want answers. alisa harrington has their plea to the public. >> we don't want to wake up every morning asking the same question why and who. >> reporter: why 34-year-old yvonne segura was killed and who did it? the husband and father from san jose who worked as a barber was found shot to death outside of a house on tripoli avenue last sunday, january 6th. his death marked the city's first homicide of the year. >> we need a big break in this case. our homicide detectives have been working around the clock. but it's frustrating for them, when they have limited in
're live from san jose where they are celebrating their first direct flight to asia in several years. but questions are being asked about the 757. we'll tell you about the investigation being launched today. >>> plus overnight news for marin county. officers still on the scene of a deadly attack. ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. >>> good morning, to you. welcome to a brand new day friday, january 11th i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. thank you for waking up with us again this morning. it is friday, it is cold. let's check in with steve. >> it is cold, breezy you two. a lot of 30s and 40s. if it wasn't for that breeze it would be colder. couple showers possible. i think even inland could be a little bit more in the way of cloud buildups today. upper 40s and low 50s. here is sal. >>> traffic on highway 4 bay point you can see it moving along pretty well. san francisco northbound 101 traffic also looks good approaching the 80 split. let's go back to the desk. >>> we are following breaking news right now from the east bay. ktvu channel 2 reporter tara moriarty is in o
live in contra costa county, i'm jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. >> jodi, thank you. >>> a san jose community is rattled after four of its neighbors came upon burglars in their home in the middle of the day. san jose police say they're trying to be creative with their resources but neighbors have to do their part as well. kris sanchez joins us from police headquarters with why police think the suspects are getting bolder. kris? >> reporter: hi there, raj. san jose police response times are up. the burglary unit is no more, nor is the truancy unit that lowered the burglary rate in the daytime hours by rounding up teenagers who were suppose d to be at school and now san jose police say the fact these burglars are striking in the middle of the day and they're coming upon homeowners may mean they're getting more bold. maxine walker's security gate was locked when a man rang the doorbell at her home in east san jose tuesday afternoon. >> he said is michael home. i slammed the door. but i had no idea he'd gone next door. i thought he was really looking for a michael. >> reporter: turns ou
. >>> a man was stabbed an injured in san jose and police are serving for suspects. it happened this morning when a man was sitting in his car and a man drove up broke his car window and stabbed him twice. he was rushed to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries and police believe it was gang related. >>> the investigation goes on this morning. it started on luminous drive at 6:30 last night. firefighters put out the fire last night and everybody escaped safely but there was major damage to that house. >> a special red light camera at one of san francisco's most dangerous intersection. it is the old site for the central freeway. often they are hit by drivers making right turns off market streets. there will soon be a camera there to catch drivers making illegal right turns and we are not sure when that new camera will be installed. >>> the san francisco sheriff's deputy accused of robbing a bank is due back at 9:00 this morning. they will review the charges of the man who robbed a bank in november. he had filed for bankruptcy in november. >>> former l.a. police chief will help resha
all day. showers in livermore. light rain there. fremont showers earlier today. south, san jose, showers down there now. sclera showers -- santa clara, showers. this activity is going to continue throughout the evening hours. there is more showery activity in the forecast, especially for the south and the eastern bay area. when i come back we will go to the latest model, towards the weekend, there is mow showers in the -- more showers in the morcast. i will be back -- forecast. i will be back. >> download the ktvu app or go to and click on the link near the top of the page. >> senator dianne feinstein reintroduced legislation to ban weapons. a report from washington, d.c. on the resistance the bill faces and the bay area mother whose are vowing to fight for its passage. >> reporter: lawmakers, police and victims stood behind senator dianne feinstein as she reintroduced a assault weapons ban. it is stricter than the expired 1994 ban. the new bill bans the sale of assault weapons. it would limit magazines to holding 10 rounds. >> these models are more powerful, more l
. >> lance armstrong is not the only one to come clean, a san jose mother admits she made up a story of a man trying to get a toddler from her arms this week. and now, to san jose police headquarters with the stunning revelation. >> it is stunning. the mother of the little girl is not speaking this only but the father of the little girl is talking. he cannot believe she would make up such a story. the mother told police on tuesday that a stranger tried to kidnap her three-year-old daughter from her arms in front of her home on dayo court and told police he smelled like motor oil. it was a lie. the father who is in a custody battle with the mother over their two daughters says it is the latest in a string of lies. >> one of her friends, a nurse, asked her of a treatment she is receiving she came clean. >> the investigators started to push harder and decided to bring the mother in again and she finally confessed to making up the story. >> the big question is, why did she do it in the motive is not navyive. neighbors are relieved the kidnapping never happened but are upset. the san jose police w
quintana, abc7 news. >> ama: san jose police are investigating the city's first hd homicide of 2013. a body was found this morning in the driveway of a home on then 1900 block of tripoli avenue. police say the victim was found with at least one gunshot wound. police say the victim lived at the house. some of the people living there were taken to the police station for questioning. >>> a 22-year-old man is dead following an early morning crash in san jose. it happened around 2:30 on south first street under the 280 overpass. police say a blue bmw swerved, hit two light poles and rolled over, an officer heard the crash. when he arrived the driver was already dead. drugs are alcohol are not suspected to be a cause of the crash at this time. >>> an alert citizen helped san jose police catch a thief who was stealing packages off front poaches. andrew phillips stafford of union city was arrested after a neighbor called 9-1-1 to report someone stealing two packages if a proven. -- porch. he is facing charges of's of stolen property and narcotics. >> nhl players will strap their skates on again aft
of shakes everyone up. >> san jose investigators interviewed her again and noticed inconsistencies in her story. >> frustrating for the police department to say the least. i toad up in front of the cameras yesterday, to all of you as a parent. >> and committed valuable resources to the case. >> in light of the department, and the lack of resources, it was taxing for all of us. the beat officer that was responding and the investigators that went out from. >> the police say the mom has a criminal record, but would not offer any details about that in this case, she could face a false police report charge. >>> george, thank you. another story now, about a lie. tonight, lance armstrong's fall from grace entered a new chapter, admission for the first time, the world heard armstrong come clean, admitting to years of disception. it was gripping to watch this interview tonight. a lot of people are now asking what is his motivation in finally admitting the truth here? >> yeah, absolutely. he is one of the most famous athletes in the world and for millions an inspirational cancer survivor that built
. it is 2 degrees shy of freezing in napa. it is 42 in san jose. it is 39 in half moon bay. i will be back to show you exactly how cold it will get by morning. make sure you bundle up if you have early plans. and i will let you know when our live doppler 7hd radar will be tracking rain. >>> tonight the case of the deadly shooting in a san jose parking garage. police are considering charges against the man they say pullin, but was it a justified killing? alan wang is in the south bay with more on the homicide that happened earlier this week. alan? >> reporter: san jose police detectives met with the da to decide if an apartment custodian justifiably shot and killed an alleged burglar. this happened on monday morning around 9:30 at an apartment complex that has been a repeated target of crime. tenants at the summer breeze apartments in san jose recognized 26-year-old ricardo lieu wheeze as a custodian who did handiwork here. but now hernandez is facing possible murder charges after telling police he shot and killed 36-year-old christopher soriano in the underground garage after trying to det
rainfall toward hayward, union city, fremont. in san jose we are seeing some rain at this hour. getting you down to street level. hills dale avenue and highway 101. san jose .01 and san francisco .13. getting toward mount saint helena and we received .59 of an inch of rain. as you head out the door, make sure you have your umbrella and raincoats and make sure you give yourself extra time. a detailed look at tomorrow and the weekend coming up. carolyn? >> we will see you shortly. >> secret meetings are being held about the chandra murder case. she was an inturn murdered -- she was an intern murdered a decade ago. it seems the conviction could be in jeopardy. ama dates sat down and she has their reaction to this mysterious meeting. >> federal prosecutors told robert and susan levey about the secret hearings, but they wouldn't say what they were about. the levey's understanding is that it has to do with a witness not telling the truth about their daughter, chandra. chandra worked as an intern in washington, d.c. and her body was found in a park in 2002. a man was convicted of the crime, and no
low in the 20s away from the ocean into our inland areas. 23 in santa rose a25 in san jose and that should is be a record. the lows 30s in oakland should be a record. again, swre -- we have a freeze warning in effect. this is a prolonged cold snap. we will it will you when it is going toend and that is straight ahead. >> thank you. >>> a fire destroyed a mobile home in mountain view this morning. firefighters got the call at 5:00 a.m. when they got to the sierra mobile home park the trailer was completely engulfed in flames. one person inside of the mobile home got out safely and no other homes were damaged. the cause is under investigation. >>> in san jose more than a dozen people at the hilton hotel say a chemical odor made them sick just before 11:00 this morning. people on the 18th floor complained about irritated eyes. phaz mat crews and firefighters were call inside to check it out. >> when we have a building it this large where you have 18 floors to control and trying to keep people protected so we are not letting people back
and no reports. san jose, 42 degrees. enjoy today, with hazy sunshine and warmer temperatures, 60 for san rafael, and check out santa rosa, 63. interior east bay, antioch and livermore, 61 with hazy sun for san jose. >> an accident at san pablo with overitemmed debris and we have the app do show you what is going on and you can see near rollingwood drive, you can see it looks like toward richmond parkway which is the good alternate route, to san pablo, very slow traffic, westbound 80 involving an overturn. that is the most serious thing we have going on this morning. and further to the west, 80 westbound, it is lighter because everyone is budge -- bunched up, and as you make your way to the bay bridge, no delays and mass transit is showing no delays and it is a "spare the air" day. >> the san francisco man accused of doubting his girlfriend on gasoline and setting her on fire is behind bars. amy joins us live with how police took the man into custody. amy? >> kristen, the relatives of the victim can focus their attention on her and her recovery here at st. francis. before he was caught the victi
at a city hall meeting last night. we'll tell you why the police chief got booed. >>> san jose police are searching for a man who tried to abduct a little girl right in front of her home. we'll tell you just how brazen this attempted kidnapping was. >>> i'm not telling you anything you don't already know. it's cold out there again but will temperatures continue to warm up? >> also in a couple hours president obama will tell us his plan for reducing gun violence in america. all ahead on ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning. welcome to a brand new day wednesday, january 16th i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. thank you for waking up with us this morning. steve paulson is here. and i guess we talked about it a tiny bit warmer. >> a tad warmer. >> it is cold. 20s and 30s. it's getting a little better each day here for some. temperatures right now 20s concord. livermore 27. santa rosa 29. it's darn cold out there. it will be a little warmer near 60 for a few. oakland down to santa cruz. here is sal. >>> good morning. traffic on westbound 24 looks good driving up to the
launch of the dreamliner service in san jose. >> it could come back shortly. we don't know. >> san jose was expected a projected $77.2 million a year with ana's five nonstop flights a week out of mineta international airport >>> a san jose mom thwarted a kidnapper who tried to run away with her 2-year-old daughter. police are searching for the suspect. it started yesterday when the girl was playing in the front yard of her house on the 200 block of day court in east san jose. according to the girl's mother, that's when the man tried to talk to her then the man grabbed the girl's legs and tried to pull her away. the mom said she wouldn't let go of her daughter and eventually the suspect ran off. he is described as a man in his 20s wearing a red baseball hat and a yellow striped shirt. the mother says he smelled like automotive oil. >>> and there's a warning for people who live in the eastern contra costa county area. a teenager has escaped from the byron boys ranch there. a 17-year-old inmeat walked away from the facility on bixler road about 8:00
sent our photographer down to san jose this morning. that is live look at 101 near mce key. -- mckee. and headlights and taillights. these are the accidents we're watching, northbound 680, ambulance chp both on scene apparently everything is off right shoulder. the not much of a day heading through the entire dublin interchange. and this is a traffic alert in effect. it's pretty far south. we want to mention it because all lanes are blocked and southbound 101 approaching highway 156, a pretty bad accident involving a big rig and that traffic alert has been in effect for some time now. no estimates time when they're going to be able to reopen lanes. that's a check of traffic, back to you guys. >>> and our other big story today, the 49ers are super bowl bound in a couple weeks. a huge come from behind winner. cbs 5 cate cauguiran is here in the city where the celebration still going on, although i think it's probably petering out a little bit at this hour. >> reporter: you can rest assured when people wake up it's going to continue. that
related, and they have not made any arrests in any of those cases. >>> san jose police have made another arrest in the beating death of a 14-year-old boy last year. 31-year-old joe was arrested thursday on murder charges. investigators say he was hiding out in an apartment complex there. police say he was the last suspect wanted in the death of reyes who was attacked by several people in san jose's roosevelt park last april. >>> and in san francisco, hundreds of people came together to remember the people who were killed in that city in 2012. 68 people were killed in san francisco last year. and today 68 people held crosses in their honor. for some, that wait represented much more than one life. >> for me, that's very powerful. i spent 23 1/2 years incarcerated because i took a person's life. and to hold this cross in honor of someone whose life was taken for me is very powerful. >> the event started with a walk that included stops at several churches. it ended with a memorial service at noon at mission dolores church. >>> have you noticed the winter blast that's hit the bay area? here's
and 2.5 mile visibility in san jose but the fog is three quarter in napa and 1.75 in novato and santa rosa. very mild temperatures, in the upper 40's to mid-50's and this afternoon, temperatures hang out in the upper 50's to mid-60's with the best chance of a shower across the south bay. >> right now it is quiet. we have slick roads can make for dangerous driving conditions so maybe extra time this morning. san jose, 87 northbound direction beyond h.p. pavilion the sharks are in action tonight. it is looking good right now. we have rain at the bay bridge toll plaza with a delay for cash-paying folks. no problems at all moving on the upper deck, and bart and muni and caltrain and all mass transit on time at 6:00 this morning. road work until 7:00 this morning and one way track control up and over devil's slide. >> developing news, crews in marin county are assessing the damage of a water main break in greenbrae. the water gushed from the break at 2:00 a.m. and the power of the water was spraying very high in the air. a dozen homes do not have water. no home was flooded but the street i
of meetings is scheduled for next week in walnut creek and clayton. >>> san jose meantime will soon have a temporary replacement as police chief. deputy chief larry's co-vil is now the acting chief. he started back in 1994 as a reserve officer. he takes over for retiring chief chris moore who leaves this friday. >>> tonight the oakland city council will decide whether to hire high-profile police consult nt william bratton. bratton is the former chief of police of new york city and los angeles and is known for zero tolerance police strategies, including gang injunctions, curfews and no loitering laws. bratton is also known for new york's stop and frisk policy, a policy which a federal judge last week declared a violation of civil rights. >>> we have some new details to tell you about this morning into the investigation of the oil tanker that last week side-swiped the bay bridge. investigators telling the bay area news group a bar pilot guy clease made a last-minute course change right before hitting the tower on the western span. clease had apparently planned to go between the two towers
parents. a controversial gun proposal in san jose. the city council will decide whether to require owners of assault weapons to store their guns although police department. a san jose lawyer drafted the proposed ordinance and submitted the plan to the city's rules and open government committee. that committee meets every wednesday and headed by the mayor, who's in washington, d.c. this week. the committee is expected to take up the issue again next wednesday. >>> now to the president and his proposal. a somber obama announced his proposal for the most sweeping gun control measures in years. the president outlined four major points. first, to make it easier for mental health professionals to report threats to authorities. second, the president wants to ban military-style assault weapons like the one used at sandy hook elementary school and put a ten-round limit on magazines. third, he wants to tighten background checks. fourth, the president said he would clear the way for schools that want armed guards to be able to get them. the national rifle association fired back with a statement that
on time. and a look at the south bay from san jose. 101 from the mckee exit, and still moving at the limit from san jose and santa clara. and here's a look at the nimitz, 880 near the oakland coliseum. and past washington, everything improves toward oakland and the macarthur maze. that's traffic, back to you. >>> there was a little football game played overt weekend. the 49ers -- over the weekend and the 49ers won it and will go to the super bowl. >> cate cauguiran is in san francisco. is the celebration still going on out there. >> reporter: well, i think people are kind of taking their break right now. once daylight heat -- hits you'll see the red and gold. i don't know if any parties could rival the spirit and celebration we saw with last night's win. the san francisco 49ers did come home last night, here they are arriving into the san jose's airport, and by the time they got back into the bay area, celebrations were in full swing. people were delirious with joy and in minutes of the win, super bowl t-shirts were on the streets. some of
to call police. >>> governor brown was in san jose today to sign an agreement for online courses that brings together a silicon valley startup and san jose university. the goal is to help students graduate faster. kris sanchez joins us from san jose state campus. you know online courses are nothing new. what sets this apart here? >> reporter: this one is modeled a little bit differently. if it works, it means that san jose state students and the rest of the csu students will have a better chance of graduating within four years time. what that means for them is a savings in how much it costs to go to college. what it means for the csu system is they will be able to enroll more students more quickly. san jose state junior spent most of the time serving courses that the university requires. >> it took time. that was the whole first year trying to just cover courses that you could have just knocked out two classes. >> reporter: for many students like garcia, the longer it takes to graduate, the more they owe in student loans. that's why governor jerry brown reached out to founders of
. the people who still have problems can get replacement cards at county social service centers. >> san jose al fresco. it may look more like san francisco and oakland with more places to sit outside to have a meal or a cup of coffee. the san jose city council voted today to create pilot programs for curb cafes known as parks. kris sanchez joins us from city hall in san jose. kris, these are popular when and where in san jose? >> reporter: well, you can expect to see them within the next year or so. they have been champing at the bit to make this a reality and even before the vote was cast today there were business owners who had their plans ready to go. not a bad day for a steaming bowl of soup in san jose but most days in san jose are sunny and warm enough to step outside. that's one of the reasons the owners of 569 want in on san jose's curb cafe program to turf select parking spots. >> i think it's a conflict between here and downtown but certainly beautify the street and small business as well. >> reporter: a few year's back the city did something similar along south first street only that
. he is from san jose. he just turned two. thanks to his dad, tan, for that very nice note about the station he sent us. and this family is ready to root for their hometown team, of course, the niners! keep the pictures coming. send them to or upload them to our website. we love 'em! we want more of them! and we're gonna put you on tv. >>> we have learned that tomorrow, the san francisco city attorney will announce a crackdown on what he calls consumer fraud. restaurants that make customers pay surcharge for employee health care but then don't actually reimburse employees for health care bills. tonight julie watts introduces us to a woman who says she knows about this problem first hand. >> reporter: delicious deep- dish pizza, something that patrons have come to expect. and since 2009, a couple of dollars from each bill was supposed to go towards employee health expenses, according to city law. >> and we would just say it was for health care. >> reporter: but brandy says that's not what happened. the former server blew the whis
linda yee, thank you. >>> a woman dies after an unusual accident in san jose. her car left the roadway and submerged under eight feet of water. the car crossed the expressway and went into the water just after 2:30 this afternoon. because the waters are so murky, they couldn't reach the driver until the county dive team showed up. >> she was submerged around 42minutes. we were doing cpr getting her out on the shoreline and continued to get her to the hospital. >> what happened then? >> we reported back to the highway patrol where they are saying they have reports that she is deceased. >> reporter: they are located in the southern part of the express way. and that is just to the west of highway 87. >>> san jose has the first homicide of the year called to the 1900 block this morning and found the victim in front of the house. he was a hispanic man in his 30s, shot at least once. the killing comes after a particularly deadly year in san jose. 46 homicides in 2012. that's the highest number in 20 years. >>> the suspect in the colorado movie theater massacre heads back to court tomorrow. i
no esta armado. >> jefe de policía de san jose revela las razónes que lo obligaron a retirarse antes de lo presupuestado. >> sin ese apoyo no veía como se resolverian los problemas economicos. >> escaneres que muestran las imágenes desnudas de una persona serán cambiadas por otras que mostraran como avatares. >> sentencia de muerte a hombre que mato a su novia y a otro hombre por celos. >> la policía dio a conocer el retraro de hombre que manoseo a mujer . >> esto sucedio cuando la mujer se agacho para recoger alto. >> hombre se encuentra critico al recibir una cuchillada. >> fiebre por la victoria de sanfrancisco. >> ramon nos trae las noticias. >> visitamos el aeropuerto interncional de san jose. >> los aficionados dicen que van a ganarle . >> con el apoyo incondicional de los aficionados , el equipo partio rumbo a atlanta ante los falcons. >> dime que esperas del encuentro de los falcons ante atlanta. >> pienso que les va a ir bien y es un luego decisivo para que sigan avanzando a la final. >> hay que ellegar con la espada bien desembainada. >> aprovechando nuestra visita nos encont
education funding and healthcare reforms. >>> a dog grooming van crashes into a business in san jose and we will tell you what happened to this vehicle just before this happened and what it means for the store. >>> rosemary is up in a few minutes and she will tell us about some cold temperatures headed this way. >> they are the hottest tickets to get but if they are looking for 49ers tickets, that is coming up after the break. . >>> california highway patrol is investigating an auto pedestrian accident which sent an elderly woman to the hospital. it happened around 5:30 at mission boulevard in unincorporated hayward. the woman was taken to the medical center and is expected to survive. the driver is said to be cooperating with authorities. >>> a special red light camera will be install at one of the most dangerous treat corners. they just installed one at market and arcadia streets. many pedestrians have been hit and they are hoping to catch drivers making illegal right turns. >>> a stolen truck in san jose, the crash happened at 8:00 a.m. on brennan lane and north i-85. this left two busi
detalles todos los detalles en breve. (♪.) (♪.) / tenemos aún noticiero de ultima hora en san jose hubo una víctima con heridas graves y tendremos más detalles en sola las 11 y también en san jose tiene miedo en su casa porque al parecer su familia está mal con el siniestro . >> > tuvimos la oportunidad de platicar con una chica y hay en está área ma sde un millon de dólares y la policía cataloga como bandalismo y esto son los detalles. > >> la familia que vive en está casa en san jose dice cvivir atemorizada y desconcertada luego que prenddieron fuego y está joven que vivie aquí está madrugada su padre creyo que vio algo y se percato que fue incendiada y lo que paso el día anterior amaneceio pintado el auto y la joven no sabe porque paso esto y los vecinos dijeron que era raro que ocurriera algo así mientars que ela familia afectada está aterrorizada y no cree y lo pero. >> > las autoridades catalogan esto como impuesto incendio sospechoso pero tampoco se descartan con la situación investigadas y detenidamente con las autoridades y ahora de regerso contigo maria leticia. >
released. in san jose, thieves stole a van belonging to a dog difficult spa operation and ran it into a head shop called "up in smoke." the place was demolished and witnesses saw sevel men running from the scene. while the damage is assessed the owner reports the thieves took off with a water pipe from the store. >> the f.b.i. is planning to excavate a well in central california where bone fragments connected to a northern california disappearance were found. this is in linden, an investigation scene since two convicted killers told the sheriff deputies where victims were disposed. the so-called speed freak killers convicted of serial murders from the 80's and in knew's, and nine-year-old michaela disappeared from a gracery store in 1998 and the family is waiting to see if d.n.a. recovered from the bone fragments could solve their case. >> oakland lawmaker take steps to tighten sales of ammunition in the state. assembly woman of the state joined a host others to introduce state bill ab48, that regulates all ammunition sales and require those who buy it to show identification.
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